Creative Pathways Renfrewshire
The showcase for this brilliant project took place on Thursday the 3rd of July. Young people modeled their creations, held an interactive auction and received certificates from MSP Derek Mackay. They also played a brilliant animation that they had created – The story of ‘The Paisley Snail’, the nickname of a famous law case… Check out our Youtube Chanel to view the animation! More photos of the event will follow soon!
Creative Pathways Theatre Arts Edinburgh
Costume dept. in Edinburgh have been full steam ahead this week preparing for
the IA Fringe show ‘After Aria’. They have started making masks for our actors,
taking inspiration from Commedia Dell’arte, a type of masked performance that
originated in renaissance Venice, which will form much of the structure of the
final show. Look out for more updates soon!
Design had a local artist visit last week as part of their Arts Award projects.
Scott Methven brought in his large scale ink and pen pieces for the guys to
look at, inspiring them to get into stenciling and visual arts.
“It was great to meet a local and
successful artist, he’s going to be one of my Arts Heroes for my Arts Award!”-
Paul, Set Design group.
Check out Scot’s art here – http://scottmethven.com/
had been developing ideas for the script of the Fringe show. After a couple of
days creating characters and scenes, they spent one day with the rest of the
participants doing improvised street theatre on the Meadows. From a popular
Catalan tale they devised three original pieces of theatre.
Creative Pathways Glasgow Kicks off on the
Impact Arts is looking forward to new young people and an
exciting new programme of set design, props, hair, theatrical makeup and hair
culminating in a music video. An 8 week programme with SQA accreditation and
open to 16/17year olds. At the moment we are taking referrals and recruiting
Artist Mentoring Programme –
The AMP’s celebrated the end of one of their group
projects with the community of Parkhead at a special launch event to mark the
unveiling of their mural. This took place alongside a commissioned mural with BBC Scotland and
London based artists Good Wives and Warriors. Jack, Susan and Anna from the Artist Mentoring Programme worked with children from Quarrybrae Primary School, older people fro Crail Street sheltered housing and young people from Playbusters in Parkhead to design and paint the mural, which was inspired by
the pop art movements, patterns and bold colour. The final result was this amazing splash of
colour which was created by the children of primary 6 in Quarrybrae.
Urban Green started this week
in association with Thenue Housing Association. Tutors Will and Billy took the young
people on an inspirational trip to the Botanic Gardens and started planning the
layout with the participants. There are plans for a wildlife pond and raised
beds. If you find yourself in Castlemilk go along and see the garden grow!
Craft Cafe Exhibition Launches Today (08.07.14)!
People Make Dennistoun!
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